Fashion 3 weeks ago Share Tweet Pin Share Brendan Fowler‘s Election Reform! has opened a new store in the ICA in Los Angeles, which is offering more DIY-reworked garments and a slew of upcoming collaborations. All Election Reform! pieces are unique and made of recycled garments. Some of the new shirts and hoodies are made from vintage Carhartt long-sleeves that are bleached, printed and embroidered. The designs are a mix of imagery, textures and messaging that fuse fashion, activism and recycling to provoke dialogue about the American political system. Check out the new Election Reform! Store at ICA LA above and see Travis Scott wear some of the shirts below. The new drop is available now in-store and online at Election Reform!’s web store. For more new releases, Powers Supply and Tomoyuki Yonezu launched a “PLAYER” graphic T-shirt capsule for their Domicile Tokyo pop-up.